Coronavirus update: oxygen supply suddenly stopped in Kota hospital, 2 patients succumbed at midnight

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The second wave of Corona in the country has become completely uncontrollable and millions of people are getting hit by Corona every day. According to the WorldMeter, more than two thousand people have died and nearly three lakh infected cases have been reported in the last 24 hours. In many states, there is a shortage of oxygen, remedies, and many medical facilities. In such a situation, the fight against Corona has become more challenging. In many states, a lockdown has been imposed for a week to prevent corona infection, while night curfew and strictures continue in some areas.



Kota: Two patients died due to stoppage of oxygen supply

The health department is having a profound impact on the rising case of corona in Rajasthan. In Kota, Rajasthan, the supply of oxygen stopped suddenly at night, after which two patients succumbed painfully. Family members have accused the hospital administration that after midnight on April 19, the oxygen supply suddenly stopped at around one o'clock. Because of this, the condition of the hospitalized patients worsened and two patients lost their lives.


Maharashtra: Call flow at Medical Emergency Center in Pune increased

In view of the increasing cases of the corona, the call flow at the Medical Emergency Center in Pune, Maharashtra has increased drastically. The control room manager says that nine to ten thousand calls are taken every day, including Kovid Emergency and other services. Tensions have now increased among people and Corona-related calls are the most frequent.

Maharashtra: Strictly in force till May 1

In view of the increasing cases of corona in Maharashtra, the government has announced to implement the stricture by May 1. At the same time Section, 144 will remain in force in the state.

Delhi: Search of IDs and vehicles of people who got out of the house in lockdown

The six-day lockdown continues in Delhi and meanwhile, Delhi Police are searching the vehicles of the people who have come out of the houses and checking the IDs. The lockdown for a week in Delhi will continue till 5 am on 26 April.

The second wave of Corona in the country is becoming uncontrollable and millions of people are getting hit by Corona every day. The daily affairs of Corona are breaking all records every day and now the number of deaths from Kovid-19 is also increasing. According to the WorldMeter, more than two thousand kovid patients have died in the last 24 hours in the country and about three lakh people have been infected. In many states, there is a shortage of oxygen, remedies, and many medical facilities. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced on Tuesday that oxygen was left in Delhi hospitals for some time. In such a situation, the fight against Corona has become more challenging. Lockdown has been imposed for a week in many states to prevent corona infection, while night curfew and strictures continue in some areas.